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It was time to clear out the clutter from our past. We had a storage unit full of things from Lee’s move here, a basement full of boxes and closets full on every floor. Needless to say, the yard sale this weekend was big. We were ready to clear out what no longer served us. …

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I’m sure you’ve been like me, worried and saddened about our loved ones in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean. We pray for their safety and their recovery. It’s in times like this that we realize that nature will always have her way. What we aren’t always willing to realize is how we factor into the …

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I’m camping in Hopkinsville KY to witness the solar eclipse – along with people from all over the world. The epicenter is right here and our setting is perfect! Since the auspiciousness of this event has so many implications, I’d like to share this article. Please read it and join me in paying attention to …

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The events I experienced last weekend are in stark contrast to each other. I attended a loving celebration of life and my husband’s joyous concert while also tracking the horrifying news of hatred and fear in Charlottesville, VA. It made me aware that we have a responsibility to choose between love and fear. The choice …

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I’ve just returned from training and consulting in Tulsa, Oklahoma and am humbled by the wonderful people doing great work there. This isn’t the first time I’ve felt this way – it seems everywhere I go I am awed by what I witness and learn. It’s the perfect antidote to the negative things we hear …

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I just finished reading the autobiography of our interpreter in Cuba, Alberto Rivero Gonzalez. (See reference) It was humbling to learn of the adversity and trials he went through to reach his dream of greatness. So often we think that people are simply lucky, get all the breaks, or are just in the right place …

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By the time you read this, I will be in Cuba. I have been planning this for a while – a chance to see a culture unchanged for most of the last century, poised on the brink of change. For the last week, I have been in the usual frenzy of activity to leave town …

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It’s been over a decade since I first heard that “life is meant to be joyous and abundant”.  I was stunned – it was like a revelation that reoriented my thoughts and perceptions of the world. I thought, what do you mean, joyous and abundant, if that’s the case, why am I living like this? …

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What interesting times we are in! The extreme events in politics and across the world are generating new perspectives and creating very rapid change. All around me, I’m seeing this as friends and the people I work with reach their tipping point and make decisive life altering decisions. The concept of “The Tipping Point” was …

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Last week, I heard a powerful, provocative and inspiring speech. Marianne Williamson spoke at Berea College in KY to a packed house on “Healing the Soul Of American: Reclaiming our Voices as Spiritual Citizens. Her stirring urging, to reclaim our moral foundation with action, moved everyone to a fever pitch. Marianne Williamson is an internationally …

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